Message - Re: The future of intelligent warehouses

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Posted by  Manuel Oliveros on November 17, 2002 at 04:11:35:

In Reply to:  The future of intelligent warehouses posted by Daniel Bratcher on November 16, 2002 at 14:52:43:

Basically the thing is in place in accord with present mechanical realities.

Tracks and elevators are automatized and height of the warehouses are maximized to where it seems now reasonable, that soon may be far taller. Where spending more pays, such special parkings and archives there are mechanical devices sometimes quite contrived and others merely manual that help to compacity. A computer system will be opperating this.

THen when new technologies become available, say, electromagnetic levitating trains or pallet movers, it will be applied, but the basic properties of storing goods for efficient management are out there.

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